How effective parking management can boost your premises

Parking has long been an issue in bustling metropolitan areas, and building managers have tried streamlining the issue for years. With the progression of technology, parking management solutions have improved, and are now consumer-centric. The main reason for this is the implementation of cashless payment solutions, parking sensors and introducing charging stations for electric vehicles. […]

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Parking has long been an issue in bustling metropolitan areas, and building managers have tried streamlining the issue for years. With the progression of technology, parking management solutions have improved, and are now consumer-centric. The main reason for this is the implementation of cashless payment solutions, parking sensors and introducing charging stations for electric vehicles.

The Servest team has been hard at work in implementing these solutions across numerous buildings in South Africa, and have provided four ways that an effective parking management solution can make your premises a breeze for drivers.

1. Enhanced parking sensors

Parking sensors allow drivers to find empty spots with ease, and reduce the time and effort required to park when in a hurry. Another benefit is that parking space will be utilised efficiently.

2. Reduces emissions

Due to the parking sensors alerting drivers when a bay is vacant, drivers will spend less time driving around and searching for an empty spot. This reduces the pollution caused by idling cars in an enclosed space such as underground parking lots.

3. Cashless payment solutions

In an era plagued by crime, many people avoid carrying cash, and this poses a challenge to parking lots around the country. However, with cashless payment solutions, consumers can use their smartphones to pay by scanning a QR-code, or their bank cards that can be tapped. This reduces the need to constantly look for change and delay others due to coin slot malfunctions.

4. Charging stations

As more people make the switch to electric cars, parking lots will need to be equipped with charging stations, making it easy for consumers to charge their cars whilst they run errands or do their shopping.

In city centres and malls, consumers are often in a hurry and looking for the spot closest to an entrance. With an effective parking solution, your premises can be a breeze for drivers, and keep them coming back as it is convenient.

To find out more about Servest’s parking management solutions, get in touch with us.

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